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I'm using Omega's sub-theme creativpink. I put my site on web for testing purpose. Basically I want to customize page-user-reset page (user-pass-reset is form id). Now I click Request new password link enter my mail id to send password reset link. When I click on that link from my mail it redirects to page-user-reset page and it shows the following information:

Site Name

  • Home

Reset password

  • This is a one-time login for username and will expire on Fri, 11/01/2013 - 20:41.
  • Click on this button to log in to the site and change your password.
  • This login can be used only once. Login(button)

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Currently it includes header, breadcrum, content and footer regions. But I want only content region and the user password reset form inside content region. So I would like to write a template file based on this user-pass-reset form. Guide me what I want to do this? Thanks in advance.

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You should be able to create a page--user--reset.tpl.php template in your theme directory alongside any other page reset templates and just include the content region inside there. More information about template and theme hook suggestions can be found here (or at least after drupal.org comes back from its upgrade :) but the basic idea is to override the internal path of user/reset/../.. and Drupal is smart enough to ignore the rest of the path and just use the template given the base here.

  • I printed only content region in page--user--reset.tpl.php file. When I checked on my server I could see all the regions andI cannot read the drupal's template and theme hook suggestion page right now. – dhinesh Nov 1 '13 at 8:42
  • With drupal.org now back up, I will also assume you then cleared your theme registry / cache and it worked since you accepted the answer? – Jimajamma Nov 1 '13 at 12:59
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Yes, it's worked for me. Also I referred to the Change templates based on path alias link here. I did some modification to my MYTHEME_preprocess_user_reset_page():

function MYTHEME_preprocess_user_reset_page() {
  $alias_parts = explode('/', drupal_get_path_alias());
  // dpm($alias_parts);
  if (count($alias_parts) && $alias_parts[1] == 'reset') {
    $vars['theme_hook_suggestions'][] = 'page__user__reset';
  }
}

Then in page--user--reset.tpl.php file I include only title and content of the page. Thank you so much and Clive too.

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